“Fear is this impulse that says something is not right,” explained Trident President Clint Bruce. “But, after that, you really only have two choices: you have afraid, and you have ready. We choose ready.”
The former special operations officer says the company mantra is to meet clients “where they are” and determine what “ready” looks like in each situation. However, he says, regardless of the intensity of the training, there are four basics that everyone learns.
“Your options… OPTS: how to get out, how to protect, how to treat, and how to shelter. Those are the only four things you’re ever going to need to know.”
“Fear is this impulse that says something is not right,” explained Trident President Clint…
by Personal Defense World / Sep 19, 2013